"Mein Kampf" is a Hitler's book in which he in details stated his political program. In Hitlerite Germany "Mein Kampf" was considered as the bible of national socialism, it gained fame even before issue, and many of Germans believed that the nazi leader is capable to realize everything that planned on pages of the book.
The racial doctrine of Hitler was the main subject of the book. Germans, he wrote, have to realize superiority of Aryan race and store racial purity. Their obligation is to increase nation population to execute the mission - to reach world supremacy. Despite defeat in World War I, it is necessary to gain strength again. Only thus the German nation will be able to take the place of the leader of mankind in the future.
Hitler divided all mankind into three categories: founders of a civilization , carriers of a civilization and destroyers of a civilization. The first group was formed by Aryan race, that is the German and North American civilizations, as having paramount value. Gradual world distribution of an Aryan civilization up to Japanese and others "morally dependent races" led to creation of the second category - civilization carriers. Hitler ranked as this group generally the East people. Only on appearance Japanese and other carriers of a civilization remain Asians; on an internal essence they are Aryans. Hitler referred Jews to the third category - destroyers of a civilization.
Besides hatred to Jews, Hitler didn't avoid also Marxism. He laid on Marxists blame for the happening decomposition of national blood and loss of national ideals in Germany. The Marxism will suppress the German nationalism until it, Hitler, won't assume a role of the savior.
Economic theories of Hitler are also stated in "Mein Kampf". National self-sufficiency and economic independence have to succeed international trade. Germany has to cut off itself from other Europe and reach full self-sufficiency. The quantity of the food, sufficient for existence of a Reich, can be made and in own borders or in the territory of agricultural countries of Eastern Europe. It was necessary to exempt the state and the people from dependence on the foreign capital and to create national state capitalism.
In general the arguments presented in "Main Kampf" had negative character and intended for all dissatisfied elements in Germany. Hitler's views carried brightly nationalist coloring, were frankly socialist and antidemocratic. Besides, he preached ardent anti-Semitism, subjected to attacks parliamentarism, Catholicism and Marxism.
Hitler, Adolf, and Ralph Manheim. Mein Kampf,. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1943. Print.